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Nutri-Body® Analysis -Nutritional Assessment

Are you getting all the nutrients you require?

Nutritional analysis is am extremely reliable way to determine one’s nutritional status. It can pinpoint nutritional inadequacies that other methods may miss. This analysis involves you in your own health care and gives you valuable information to help you build and maintain your health. The analysis takes about 30-40 minutes to complete. It asks questions about possible symptoms that can relate to nutritional imbalances. All of the questions are based on what your body is experiencing right now, with the foods and supplements you are presently taking.

Once completed and evaluated, a specific nutritional program is designed, including meal planning, supplements and any lifestyle changes necessary to achieve optimal health

We are all bio-chemically unique. No two individuals are alike,. Therefore, no two programs are alike   

For example:

Do you have a hormonal imbalance?

Do you have inflammation that is causing pain?

Do you have food sensitivities that are causing digestive distress?

Does your blood sugar fluctuate up or down causing mood swings, depression, anxiety, headaches, weight gain etc…?

A Nutritional Assessment will answer those questions... and more

Biochemical individuality is the term that denotes how we all differ nutritionally. We do need the same food factors (protein, fats, minerals, vitamins, fibre, etc.), but we do not all need them in the same proportions or from the same sources. Our ability to digest, absorb and assimilate nutrients varies widely from person to person. We have internal organs that differ in efficiency and in their need for specific nutritional support. Some of us have unusually high needs for one or more factors because of inborn metabolic weaknesses. Because of allergy or intolerance, many of us react adversely to foods on which others thrive. Some of us have stressful lifestyles that place high nutritional demands on our bodies.

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